Acronyms that contain the term rosenblatt
What does rosenblatt mean? This page is about the various possible meanings of the acronym, abbreviation, shorthand or slang term: rosenblatt.
What does rosenblatt mean?
- Rosenblatt is a surname of German and Jewish origin, meaning "rose leaf". People with this surname include: Albert Rosenblatt (born 1936), New York Court of Appeals judge Dana Rosenblatt, known as "Dangerous" (born 1972), American boxer Frank Rosenblatt (1928–1971), American computer scientist Gary Rosenblatt (born 1947), American journalist Jay S. Rosenblatt (1923–2014), American psychologist and animal behavior researcher Joan R. Rosenblatt (born 1926), American statistician John R. Rosenblatt (1907–1979), mayor of Omaha, Nebraska Jonathan Rosenblatt (born 1956), American Rabbi Louise Rosenblatt (1904–2005), American literary critic Murray Rosenblatt (born 1926), American statistician Paul Gerhardt Rosenblatt (born 1928), American judge Richard Rosenblatt (born 1969), American businessman Roger Rosenblatt (born 1940), American journalist, author, playwright and teacher Rose Rosenblatt (born 1947), American film director Sultana Levy Rosenblatt (1910–2007), Brazilian writer Susan Rosenblatt, later Susan Sontag (1933–2004), American author, filmmaker, philosopher, literary theorist and political activist Therese Steinhardt Rosenblatt (1896–1920), American painter Wibrandis Rosenblatt (1504–1564), German Christian active in the Protestant Reformation William Rosenblatt (1906–1999), New York state senator Yossele Rosenblatt (1882–1933), Ukrainian-born Jewish cantor Naumen Mossad-Rosenblatt (1999-present), junior politician of Pakistani-Jewish descent studying medicine in Bulgaria, served 2 years in IDF Reserves.